For the next few years, Boyce’s experience on Amazon largely echoed what happens in the offline world: Competitors entered the market, pushing down prices and making it harder to make a profit. So Boyce adapted. He stopped selling basketball hoops and developed his own line of Foosball tables, air hockey tables, bocce ball sets, and exercise equipment. The best way to make a decent profit on Amazon was to sell something no one else had and create your own brand. Boyce, who’s now 47, was making a comfortable living. He has a home in Princeton and sends his two daughters to private school.
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